AEJMC History Covert Award Call for Submissions

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Covert Award Call for Submissions

AEJMC’S History Division announces the 37th annual competition for the Covert Award in Mass Communication History for entries published in 2020.

The Covert Award recognizes the author of the best mass communication history article or essay published in the previous year. Book chapters in edited collections published in the previous year are also eligible. The AEJMC History Division has presented the award annually since 1985. https://aejmc.us/history/about/covert-award/ 

The $200 award memorializes the esteemed Dr. Catherine L. Covert, professor of journalism at Syracuse University (d.1983). Cathy Covert was the first woman professor in Syracuse’s Newhouse School of Journalism and the first woman to head the History Division, in 1975. Prof. Covert received the AEJMC Outstanding Contribution to Journalism Education Award in 1983.

Submit an electronic copy in pdf form of the published article/essay/chapter via email to Professor Thomas A. Mascaro, mascaro@bgsu.edu, by March 31, 2021. The publication may be self-submitted or submitted by others, such as an editor or colleague.

The following links connect to articles providing more background on Dr. Covert.

https://surface.syr.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1063&context=sumagazine 
https://roghiemstra.com/covert-bio.html 
https://clas.uiowa.edu/sjmc/people/catherine-covert 

 

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